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The heads of four NGOs under investigation in Egypt testify in front of Congress.
Muslim mobs torched the home of a local Coptic Christian man.
Republican Senator John McCain takes on Fox News commentator Sean Hannity's characterization of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood as "radical Islamists."
The woman behind Egypt's NGO crackdown says US tried to hijack the revolution.
One foreign journalist and an American student are reportedly being charged with incitement in the flashpoint Egyptian town of Mahalla.
Islamist students halt the production of a new television series on their campus -- because they don't like the female costumes.
University professor and leading activist, Sameh Naguib, is detained by army ahead of mass strike planned in Egypt.
Egypt's ministry of justice gave a press conference outlining some of the charges against non-profit workers, including 19 Americans. One of the key pieces of evidence? Maps.
A live stream video from Homs, Syria shows images and sounds of shells as government crackdown intensifies.
A parliamentary commission recommends moving Egypt's interior ministry building following clashes in central Cairo.
Cairo's downtown streets now resemble more of a war zone than a dirtied, crumbling testament to the capital's Belle Époque.
Forty-three NGO workers are being tried in a Cairo court. One of them speaks to GlobalPost.
Witnesses say police blocked exits and cut power in retaliation for role soccer fans played in uprising.
Fresh clashes break out in Cairo as soccer fans blame police for Wednesday's riot.
Leery of US influence in domestic affairs, Muslim Brotherhood sides with Egypt's military.
The Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt's young revolutionaries brawl near parliament building.
Few Egyptians go to polls in yet another round of elections -- this time for a consultative council with unclear powers.
Clashes between protestors and unknown assailants took place in front of Cairo's state television building Sunday.
Several women, some of them foreign, have been seriously assaulted by men near Cairo's Tahrir Square in the past few days.
Amid mass demonstrations to mark the first year since the beginning of Egypt's uprising, Gallup releases poll that says majority have confidence in ruling generals.